The P2P Financial Systems Workshop (P2PFISY) is the premier annual high-level meeting where academics, regulators and practitioners share their views and innovative insights on how the P2P revolution is reshaping both the financial sector and the financial services ecosystem. P2PFISY dates back to the year 2015, when it was kicked off at the Deutsche Bundesbank by Paolo Tasca.
The workshop has also been hosted by prestigious institutions, including the Federal Reserve Bank and the European Central Bank, and supported by the Bank of England, the Bank of Canada, De Nederlandsche Bank, the Federal Reserve Bank of Saint Louis, and SAFE House of Finance at Goethe University. It has also welcomed speakers from the Swiss National Bank, the Bank for International Settlements, the IMF, the Bank of Lithuania, the Bank of Italy, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the Federal Reserve Board.
At P2PFISY, top academics, central bankers, regulators, lawmakers and practitioners come together to discuss the cutting-edge issues in P2P finance. Access the programme of each P2PFISY edition below.